Another Lifetime Memory
At least 25 years ago, she broke out of her egg, climbed up through the warm sand, and stumbled down to the ocean shore – through a gauntlet of predators on this very same beach. Perseverance was the first chapter of her life. She is the one in 10,000 who survived. Now she has returned to lay her eggs. You will stand a few feet from a 300 pound Green Sea Turtle while she lays 80-100 eggs, covers up her nest, perhaps digs a false nest to throw off predators, and, finally, after more than an hour, returns to the sea. Everybody takes away something different from this experience. For some it’s of the cycle of life that for her species, has been going on for 11 million years. 100s of thousands of generations of her relatives all had to survive to bring her to this place. Others as they think about the experience wonder where she is now, and what is she doing. Still other find themselves comparing her journey to their own journey. No one ever forgets the experience.
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Only your Private Turtle Nesting Expedition group will have a one hour boat ride to an isolated stretch of sand that you'll have virtually to yourselves. That's far more conducive to seeing turtles and their entire experience.
Instead of your private group of up to only 8 people gathered around the turtle, you'll be with a group of up to 50 people.
Baby turtles dig their way out of the nest and then make their way to the water. Assuming that they can avoid the predators waiting for them both on land and in the ocean 25 to 30 years from now they will return to this very beach and the life-cycle will begin anew.
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